7 Courses. 5 Incredible Destinations. 1 Master Architect. Often called the father of modern golf course architecture, Hoosier Pete Dye is truly legendary. Indiana is proud to have more courses designed by this master than any other place in the world and the Pete Dye Golf Trail was created to bring together these beautiful and challenging courses and the variety of unique destinations they call home.
Three courses--Brickyard Crossing, The Fort Golf Course and Maple Creek--are located in Indianapolis. Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex lies an hour northwest in West Lafayette, includes two courses (Ackerman-Allen Course and Kampen Course), and is also home to Purdue University. Mystic Hills is a two-and-a-half-hour drive north on U.S. 31 to Culver and the 2012 Golf Digest public course of the year is located in the southern portion of the state at French Lick Resort.